You may want to ask this question in the dental section as opposed to pre-dental. None of us have taken that course in dental school yet.I have not taken any anatomy classes and will graduate in May. How difficult is the dental anatomy? Hopefully it is manageable!
Thanks in advance for sharing your experience.
Yeh, alot of dental schools who also have medical schools share the same courses with the med students. The only disadvantage (or actually advantage esspecially if your serious about doing OMFS) to that is that you learn those classes (like anatomy) at a medical level. So those of you at WesternU who might push for 6-year OMFS are going to have a little bit easier time preparing for USMLE 1At WesternU we take the same courses as our Osteopathic students. The anatomy was no joke! We did the entire body from the neck down, EVERY nerve, vein, muscle etc, and then had a separate head & neck course after that. We are actually right in the middle of neuroanatomy at the moment! It is definitely doable, but it is also a lot of work. I had no prior gross course in undergrad, and I was fine. Just prepare to buckle down and study like you've never had to before.